nickel plate

nickel plate

n
(General Physics) a thin layer of nickel deposited on a surface, usually by electrolysis
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Nickel plate doesn't bond well to steel and is layered over a copper under plate.
Jean Michel Beyasserie, president of Eramet North America, a global nickel producer, said nickel plate is now running at full capacity.
Nutritionist Janet Green wanted a nonconfrontational, attractive way to display her beliefs, so she designed some lovely medallions available in silver-tone nickel plate.
esented by the United Transportation Union have ratified a new crew consist agreement on the lines of the former Nickel Plate and Wheeling railroads.
Amy Anderson was in the surf a few yards from the shoreline at Nickel Plate Beach along Ohio's Lake Erie shore when a wave knocked her off balance and the strong current quickly pulled her under.
He drove the last screw into a nickel plate to secure the door and complete the handiwork of the 50,000th person to benefit from the Prince's Trust business start-up programme.
0 g/t gold, which is the approximate value that must be achieved in order to warrant further exploration, the values, in general, are comparable to those found at the previously-mined (1904-1996) Nickel Plate orebodies.
initially working on the design and construction of the Nickel Plate gold mine in BC.
Most of the production came from the Nickel Plate and Hedley Mascot mines located on Nickel Plate Mountain approximately 1.
All 9% nickel plate is excluded from the tariff, a benefit for all of the domestic cryogenic and LNG industries.
After Homestake's acquisition of Corona he became General Manager at the Nickel Plate Mine in British Columbia.
mining operations, including the Nickel Plate Mine near Penticton, the Goldstream Mine near Revelstoke and the recently completed Mount Polley Mine, near Williams Lake.